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Twin Jenga

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My computerless friend Gregg's idea: Twin Jenga is just like regular Jenga, but is played with two Jenga sets, placed fairly close together. Gameplay is as normal, except that during the game, at any time while an opponent is taking a turn, each player shall be allowed once to throw a paper airplane at one of the stacks.
saxman, Jan 02 2008

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       Jenga .... when we did our EOD training, that was one of the games they gave us in the evening.   

       Teaches "steady hands".   

       Happy days.
8th of 7, Jan 02 2008
  

       Someone should invent a hybrid of Jenga and Monopoly.
Ian Tindale, Jan 02 2008
  

       Also called the mortgage industry.
RayfordSteele, Jan 02 2008
  

       You don't subscribe, then, to the theory that your friend Gregg sabotaged your Jenga stack with demolition charges, thereby making the paper aeroplanes a mere distraction? (No, neither do I).
pertinax, Jan 02 2008
  

       //Someone should invent a hybrid of Jenga and Monopoly.//   

       You've just inspired me to have a crack at it, [IT], see 'Jengopoly'.
imaginality, Jan 02 2008
  

       Are you going to include a crackhouse piece?
saxman, Jan 02 2008
  

       // sabotaged your Jenga stack with demolition charges //   

       Nooooooo ..... the bits go ever so far, and people (especially the ones that have just been hit by small blocks of wood travelling at just-subsonic velocities) get Quite Upset and are Rather Vocal about their opinions, largely about being hit by bits of wood going very fast ..... you do NOT wish to do this. We have compelling evidence to support our assertion. Being made to sleep (during heavy rain) in a tent which has been riddled with wooden shrapnel will convince you of the veracity of our testimony. (Unless, of course, you are a VERY senior officer with a reputation for eccentricity) (which we were not).
8th of 7, Jan 02 2008
  
      
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